Broad Run students in New York City / photo courtesy of Loudoun Breast Health Network
Ashburn, VA (Nov. 11, 2015) – Broad Run DECA’s Hurricane PINK project touched down in New York City on November 1st.
The Broad Run marketing students headed to New York to promote their project, Hurricane PINK. The DECA Chapter took 47 passionate marketing students to create awareness about Loudoun County’s local breast cancer charity and network, Loudoun Breast Health Network. In New York, they were on the “TODAY Show,” and even got a personal interview with meteorologist Dylan Dreyer.
Not only did they make it on the “TODAY Show,” but Hurricane PINK has its own awareness and spirit week (October 29th through November 6th.) The final event will be Friday, November 6th, at the home football game against Tuscarora.
Everyone is invited to come out and to purchase their own Hurricane PINK T-shirts (long sleeves are $15, short sleeves $10) to support this cause. Also, at the game, Broad Run DECA will have a raffle with amazing prizes and a bake sale to benefit Loudoun Breast Health Network. All proceeds from the T-shirt sales, raffle and bake sale will be donated to Loudoun Breast Health Network (LBHN).
LBHN (http://www.lbhn.org/) is a local charity and network that supports women and families who are going through cancer treatment. At LBHN, the board of directors are all volunteers. They do not take salaries for all their time and efforts; all the money that is raised and donated goes directly to breast cancer patients and their families.
The students leading this project are Lauren Stevens, Josh Wohlgemuth and Anna Deutsch. For more information, please contact them at: email@example.com. Follow the project at Twitter: @Hurricane_PINK / Facebook: Hurricane PINK / Instagram: @hurricanepinkk.